EMISA Welcomes Tekomar

Friday, September 21, 2012
Mered de Vries of EMISA welcomes Thomas Walker of Tekomar to EMISA membership at SMM in Hamburg

EMISA welcomes new member, Tekomar


EMISA (the European Maritime Independent Suppliers Association) is particularly pleased to welcome Tekomar to membership due to this company’s in-depth experience in the development of large two-stroke engines. From Tekomar's initial foundation, the company has built on its experience to assist customers in maintaining and optimising their machinery equipment. This has proven to be very successful in the marine and power markets.  


EMISA’s underlying fundamental purpose is the promotion of free and fair competition in the supply chain for existing marine equipment including all aspects of service and maintenance work. The necessity for such an association is clear. It is only by maintaining healthy competition that service standards can be maintained and improved. And additionally, it is only by maintaining competition that innovative technologies will be encouraged thereby reducing through-life emissions, improving fuel efficiency and extending maintenance periods. The association was established to provide a voice for the independent suppliers to the marine industry. Associate members, who are not actively involved in the supply chain, but who support our objectives are also most welcome.

 

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